The program includes chamber music projects, master classes, and career development seminars led by various guest faculty members. The residency encourages a chamber music approach to orchestral playing with empowered individual leadership. In addition to the opera, the orchestra will perform two symphonic programs.
Participating musicians will receive full scholarships to cover program tuition, shared room and regular flex meal plan during the program. Preference will be given to participants from the Master Classes for Strings and Winds. Applicants must be 18 years of age and over.